DORNIER continues in business in the form of AvCraft Aerospace GmbH which has sold two more 328 Jets. The famous old aircraft manufacturer, in administration since last November under the watchful eye of insolvency expert Dr. Martin Prager of Pluta Rechtsanwalts GmbH, has confirmed that British Airways franchise airline Sun Air has accepted a second aircraft specially configured for short take off and landing performance. This will give the carrier the flexibility to use both its Dornier 328 turboprops and 328 Jets at London City Airport, a new destination in November this year. Berlin Tempelhof-based executive charter airline, Private Wings, founded in 1991, has also purchased a 328 Jet, its third of the type. With these latest agreements, three of the four aircraft, originally destined for Hainan Airlines of China have now been sold, the funds generated securing the liquidity of the manufacturer until January 2006 Dr Prager confirmed, emphasising that the latest sales demonstrate that the market still trusts the company and its products.